It was my friend’s birthday today and we went to a karaoke and bar. It was enjoyable but I have work later today and I have exerted too much energy. I think my alcohol tolerance has increased too, which is a good thing I suppose. It’s crazy how fast we’re all growing. It seems like just yesterday when I turned eighteen, and now I am almost twenty.
No! I only have one. The other is just a casual job. And I only work over the weekends. But thank you.
I’m on the train right now with my lovely friends. I am a bit out of it but it’s okay.
Work was fun. I learnt how to sign people up to phone contracts today! And I spent most of the day trying to remember phones and plan details. My colleagues were really friendly and funny too, so that was a bonus.
I just had leftover pizzas for dinner. I am usually not a big fan of pizzas because I get the impression that it’s soaking in fat. But I was starving so I just ate whatever was on the counter. This fat life.
About five hours ago, I got my best friend to change my password because I wanted to concentrate on the upcoming assignments and tests. But hello, I’m back. All I had to do was reset my password.
Anyway, I just finished an assignment. All I have left is a major 3000 word report, two online tests and an exam. And then I’m done for the semester! I had a pretty busy day today. I skipped my three hour lecture to work on that law assignment. Then I went to my first SSCC meeting which is like the university version of the SRC. I was late to the meeting so when I walked into the room, all eyes were on me. Someone then told me to introduce myself and I said, “My name is uh… I’m a Criminal Justice student…” Voice fades out. It was a pretty nerve-racking experience for me considering the Discipline Head and Deputy Dean were there, as well as two out of four of my lecturers.
I have work tomorrow. I am so nervous but excited at the same time. Yes, I will be working at a phone store. And yes, I am destined to work with phones forever. I am going to bed now. Sweet dreams.
someone’s gotta be awesome
Usually my thoughts process faster than I can articulate, so sometimes I find myself losing my train of thought, blanking out, or saying things that aren’t even relevant to the topic. These days, about 90% of the time when I’m trying to voice a thought, idea or opinion, it always ends with an “…I don’t know…” as in “I don’t know what I’m saying anymore, because my thoughts have already left me before I had the chance to finish the sentence.”